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[Photo via The Bottom Line, YouTube]

U.K. pop-punk band the Bottom Line released a video featuring bands such as Simple Plan, Neck Deep, the Fever 333, Mayday Parade and more singing their new song “Reasons.”

The video was shot at Download festival this year, and it shows the band performing and running around the festival grounds. Many bands at the festival also participated by singing the song for the energetic video, including Bury Tomorrow, the Faim and Tigress.

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“It’s one of the biggest shows of our lives, and the video is a reflection of our efforts paying off,” vocalist Callum Amies says. “We were super stoked so many bands wanted to be a part of the video.”

The band have been performing the song for a few years, and the idea behind it is to exemplify how hard it is to make it in the music world and work through tough times.

“‘Reasons’ is basically about always finding a reason to carry on and to fight through your critics no matter what,” Amies says.

The Bottom Line had been teasing the release of the video on their website and social media to get fans excited to see the star-studded release.

 

The pop-punk band have also been teasing the drop of their sophomore album. Their Twitter bio reads “ALBUM 2 ‘_______’ COMING SOON.” The Bottom Line’s last full-length album was their 2012 release Role Models?

Check out the new video for “Reasons” below.

The band will be playing at a couple festivals this fall, and you can check out those dates below.

Dates:

09/01 — Torquay, UK @ Burn It Down Festival
10/13 — Plymouth, UK @ Turbulence Festival